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Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration

Michael Howell-Moroney, Ph.D.
Director of Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration

Sharon Wrobel, Ph.D.
Graduate Program Coordinator
124 McCord Hall
(901) 678-3360

E-mail: mpa@memphis.edu
www.memphis.edu/padm

I. The Division of Public and Nonprofit Administration is a unit within the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy. Its Master of Public Administration degree program educates students for careers in public service and for employment with government, private, nonprofit, and publicly-oriented organizations. The program combines interdisciplinary academic preparation with governmental and nonprofit field experience. The program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.

Program objectives are: (1) development of generalist public service management and leadership knowledge, skills and competencies including an emphasis on public values and ethical actions and consequences; (2) ability to apply public management and leadership knowledge and skills; and (3) ability to integrate public administration concepts, theories, and applications.

 All graduate students must comply with the general requirements of the Graduate School (see Admissions Regulations, Academic Regulations, and Minimum Degree Requirements) as well as the program requirements of the degree being pursued.

PPI STATEMENT
All college transcripts and test score information should be sent directly to Graduate Admissions. Beginning with Summer and Fall 2013 admittance, the Master of Arts program in Public and Non-Profit Administration highly recommends the ETS® Personal Potential Index (PPI) Evaluation Report containing a minimum of three (3) evaluations from separate evaluators in order to consider your application complete. The PPI is a third-party evaluative tool administered by the ETS (Educational Testing Service) organization. There is no fee to submit the PPI report to the University of Memphis.

You can create an ETS PPI account and review the ETS PPI Information Bulletin, which explains the service, at http://www.ets.org/ppi/applicants/start/.

PPI - Steps At A Glance

  • Create an ETS PPI account to begin the process.
  • Provide contact information for the evaluators you would like to complete an ETS PPI evaluation.
  • ETS sends an email to each evaluator inviting them to access the ETS PPI system and complete your evaluation.
  • Each evaluator logs in to the ETS PPI system to rate you on six personal attributes and provide an overall evaluation. Evaluators also may provide optional comments for each attribute as well as for the overall rating.
  • You are notified via e-mail when each time that one of your evaluators completes their PPI.
  • **THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP** After all of your evaluators have completed their PPI reports, you must log back into your PPI account, designate the University of Memphis Office of Graduate Admissions to receive an ETS PPI Evaluation Report and select the evaluations that are to be included in the report. Our office cannot access your PPI recommendations until you complete this step.
  • Once you designate the University of Memphis to receive an ETS PPI Evaluation Report, ETS creates an evaluation report and sends it electronically to the University of Memphis, Office of Graduate Admissions. Allow up to 5 days for the report to be processed and sent to the University of Memphis.

View a sample PPI Report.

The evaluators/faculty members who you choose should be individuals that you believe are best able to objectively comment on your intellectual and professional achievements and potential.

We may call or write your recommenders for more information.

II. Master of Public Administration (MPA) Degree Program has concentrations in nonprofit administration and public policy and management.

A. Program Admission

Applicants must satisfy admission requirements of the Graduate School and receive favorable endorsement from the public administration faculty. Admission will be based on:

  1. Applicable test scores (Graduate Record Examination [GRE], Graduate Management Aptitude Test [GMAT], or Miller Analogy Test [MAT]);
  2. Undergraduate grade point average;
  3. Previous education and/or experience demonstrated via a résumé and two letters of reference;
  4. Ability to articulate career goals and education objectives via a personal statement.

Inquiries can be directed to mpa_admissions@memphis.edu

B. Program Requirements

  1. Students are required to complete a minimum of thirty-nine (39) semester hours. Twenty-four (24) hours are taken in the core curriculum; fifteen (15) hours are required in each concentration. An individual course plan is designed for each student and approved by the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. The two concentrations allow students to extend the basic knowledge gained in the core curriculum to more focused public service fields, including nonprofit administration and public policy and management.
  2. The core curriculum is as follows:
    PADM 7600. Seminar in Administrative Theory (3)
    PADM 7601. Research Methods in Public Administration (3)
    PADM 7602. Public Budgeting and Finance Administration (3)
    PADM 7605. Human Resources Administration (3)
    PADM 7607. Public Management Leadership (3)
    PADM 7614. Interagency Collaboration and Administration (3)
    PADM 7661. Contemporary Perspectives in Public Administration (3)
    EITHER PADM 7612. Program and Policy Evaluation (3)
    OR PADM 7213.Seminar in Public Policy Analysis (3)
  3. The comprehensive examination must be successfully completed during the calendar year in which the student expects to graduate. Students must also successfully complete PADM 7607, Public Management Leadership, during the calendar year in which the student expects to graduate.

C. Concentration Requirements

  1. Based on their course plan, students must complete five graduate courses (15 hours) specific to their academic goals and the guidelines of the concentration (see website www.memphis.edu/padm/).
  2. Public Service Field Experience: Students with no administrative experience must enroll in PADM 7610, Internship (3 Hours). The internship placement should relate to the student's concentration and career goals. Students must complete a minimum of 21 semester hours prior to enrollment in PADM 7610. Please see the MPA website (www.memphis.edu/padm) for the Internship Handbook.
  3. Students choosing the Nonprofit Administration concentration will be  eligible for certification in Nonprofit Management and Leadership by The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, a program that builds competencies in nonprofit administration through course work, internships, volunteer opportunities, student association leadership activities, and professional development workshops. The program is nationally accredited and is an important part of the division's curriculum. The certificate is also available to non-degree-seeking students.

D. Non-Degree-Seeking Students

If a student has taken graduate courses at The University of Memphis as a non-degree-seeking student, the student may apply a maximum of 9 credit hours toward his/her degree requirements. The grade in each course applied must be at least a “3.00.” The Coordinator of Graduate Studies must approve all course work taken as a non-degree-seeking student.

III. Graduate Certificate in Local Government Management

The objectives of the certificate program are: (1) Help working professionals upgrade their knowledge and skills of local government and theory. (2) Empower graduates of the program to succeed as effective and ethical leaders in local government administration. (3) Enhance the analytical and management capabilities of individuals who are responsible for the provision of varied services directly to citizens.

A. Admissions Requirements

The certificate program in Local Government Management can be pursued concurrently with other graduate programs at the university. Applicants must satisfy admission requirements of the Graduate School and receive a favorable endorsement from the public administration faculty. Admission will be based on:

  1. Applicable test scores: Graduate Record Examination (GRE), Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT), or Miller Analogy Test (MAT);
  2. Undergraduate grade point average;
  3. Previous education and/or experience demonstrated via a resumé and two letters of reference;
  4. Ability to articulate career goals and education objectives via a personal statement.

Inquiries can be directed to  mpa_admissions@memphis.edu.

B. Program Requirements
Successful completion of 15 hours of graduate credit. Students must maintain a GPA of 3.0 and must complete the program within three academic years.

  1. Core Local Government Management Courses, 9 hours:
    PADM 6221, Urban Administration
    PADM 7602, Public Budgeting and Finance
    PADM 7224, Seminar in Urban Problems
  2. Electives, 6 hours chosen from the following:
    PADM 7605, Human Resources Administration
    PADM 7612, Program and Policy Evaluation
    PADM 7603, Public and Nonprofit Contract Administration
    PLAN 7000, Introduction to Planning
    PLAN 7202, Land Use Planning
    POLS 6222, Urban Politics

Note: No more than twelve credit hours of this certificate program may be applied toward the completion of the MPA degree.

IV. Graduate Certificate Program in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership

The Certificate in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership is designed to meet the needs of graduate students, employees and volunteers looking for advanced study in the theory and practice of nonprofit administration. Ideal for nonprofit professionals, community volunteer leaders and active philanthropists, the Certificate provides knowledge and skills to help strengthen the leadership capacity of nonprofit organizations and promote ethical and effective nonprofit administrative practice. The Certificate requires 15 hours of graduate coursework, all available in both on-campus and online formats.

A. Admission Requirements:

The certificate program in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership can be pursued concurrently with other graduate programs at the university. In particular, students currently admitted and in good standing in a graduate program at the University of Memphis can enroll in this certificate program.

Applicants must satisfy admission requirements of the Graduate School and receive favorable endorsement from the public administration faculty. Admission will be based on:

  1. Applicable test scores (Graduate Record Examination [GRE], Graduate Management Aptitude Test [GMAT], or Miller Analogy Test [MAT]);
  2. Undergraduate grade point average;
  3. Previous education and/or experience demonstrated via a resumé and two letters of reference;
  4. Ability to articulate career goals and education objectives via a personal statement.

Inquiries can be directed to mpa_admissions@memphis.edu.

B. Program Requirements:

  1. The program requires completion of 15 semester credit hours.
  2. Twelve of the 15 hours must be met by satisfactory completion of four core courses
    • PADM 7641 Theory and Practice of Nonprofits
    • PADM 7605 Human Resources Administration
    • PADM 7642 Resource Development for Nonprofits
    • PADM 7643 Nonprofit Leadership and Philanthropy
  3. Elective courses will be selected with the student and their advisor.
  4. In order to continue in the program, students must maintain at least a 3.0 Graduate GPA.

C. Graduation Requirements:

To obtain the certificate a student must complete five of the above-mentioned courses (four major courses and one elective course), with an average grade of 3.0 (B) or higher, for a total of fifteen credits.

V. Standardized Exam Waiver Policy
Applicants for the MPA degree or certificate programs may be eligible for a waiver of the standardized entrance exam (GRE, GMAT or MAT) if they fall into one of the groups below:

  1. Applicants with an earned professional or graduate degree from an accredited institution
  2. Public Service Experience: Certain applicants may be eligible for a waiver based upon a combination of their undergraduate performance and subsequent work experience. Applicants seeking a waiver under this mechanism must meet all of the following criteria:
    • Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better
    • Six years of progressive public service experience
    • Successfully reach supervisory or managerial positions in public or nonprofit organizations, including independence of authority, responsibility of program design, and/or budgetary authority
    • Demonstrated exemplary accomplishment in their public service career or community volunteer activities documented in letters of recommendation

In addition to the standard letter of intent, the applicant must include a letter addressing how the applicant satisfies the requirement for the waiver. Applicants satisfying all but one of the criteria can request special consideration based on an exemplary record on all the other criteria.

*IMPORTANT* Applicants seeking a waiver must contact the Division Director BEFORE beginning their application. If a waiver is not granted prior to applying, the application will not be processed by the Graduate School.


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (PADM)

In addition to the courses below, the department may offer the following Special Topics courses:
PADM 6710-19. Special Topics in Public Administration. (1-3). In-depth study of selected topics and issues related to public and nonprofit administration. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.

PADM 7710-19–8710-19. Special Topics in Public Administration. (1-3).
Intensive study of selected topics in public administration. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 hours.


PADM 6101 - Political Statistics (3)
(Same as POLS 6101). Introduction to analysis of quantitative data used to test, statistically, hypotheses in fields of political science and public and health administration.

PADM 6207 - Health Politics/Policy (3)
Introduction to political, economic, and social forces affecting the health care system in the United States; emphasizes development and comparison of health policies within the context of American politics; analysis of health policies within the context of the stages of American public policy-making.

PADM 6221 - Issues/Urban Admin (3)
Examination of politics, administration, and public policy in an urban context; focus on the administrative aspects of selected governmental policy-making processes; interrelationships of governments at various levels, urban challenges facing modern public administration.

PADM 6225 - Application/Urban Admin (3)
Study of the tools and strategies of public and nonprofit administration to accomplish collective purposes, develop communities, and enhance civic capacity toward improved quality of life in urban settings.

PADM 6401 - Comparative Public Adm (3)
Comparative examination of differing concepts and perspectives of public administration, addressing variability in administrative systems, political power and control over public bureaucracies, education and recruitment of public bureaucrats, and the bureaucratic concept of public interest and responsiveness to the public.

PADM 6412 - Neigh Dev/Social Entrep (3)
(Same as ANTH 6412). Role of various institutions and their relationship to developmental needs of inner-city neighborhoods; evolution of American cities as context for understanding urban neighborhoods and poverty; institutions that shape urban development policy; partnerships and collaborations of neighborhood associations, governments, and nonprofit agencies.

PADM 7213 - Sem Publ Pol Analysis (3)
Empirical and normative analysis of public policy at the local, state, national, and international levels, emphasizing the theories, literature, and methodologies current to this field. PREREQUISITE: POLS 7601 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

PADM 7224 - Sem Urban Problems (3)
Problems inherent in the growing urban developments in the United States; the governmental organization of metropolitan areas and the difficulties of coordination of government functions; proposed remedies and the reception of new approaches in selected metropolitan areas.

PADM 7235 - The Memphis Economy (3)
(Same as ECON 7235). Analytic and descriptive review of the Memphis regional economy; includes labor markets, industrial and corporate organizations, logistical systems, urban sprawl, and demographics of race and gender. PREREQUISITE: A course in principles of economics.

PADM 7600 - Sem Adm Theory & Ethics (3)
Significance of public administration in American government; includes an introduction to formal organization theory and bureaucracy, decision-making theory, leadership and motivational theory, and current trends and problems in the study of public administration. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7661 or permission of instructor.

PADM 7601 - Research Methods (3)
Issues and techniques in data collection for design and implementation of independent research projects; logic of conducting research in public administration, measurement, and sampling; introduction to program evaluation and specific quantitative decision-making techniques.

PADM 7602 - Public Bdgt Adm/Fin (3)
Detailed study of administrative and political problems of fiscal policy, the budgetary process, and fiscal controls.

PADM 7603 - Pblc/Nonprofit Contr (3)
Theoretical and practical examination of projects and contracts as tools of policymaking in the public and nonprofit sectors; management projects and third party vendors; alternative mechanisms for public service delivery and an appreciation for the difficulties involved.

PADM 7604 - Social Science In Law (3)
(Same as POLS 7604). Applications of social science to such public policy questions as discrimination, obscenity, parole, trademarks, death penalty, child custody, and criminal offender profiles.

PADM 7605 - Human Resources Admin (3)
Policies, methods, and techniques utilized in public and health organizations; special attention is given to problems reflecting contemporary demands upon human resource systems, capacity to diagnose problems, select the most effective means of addressing them, and plan appropriate courses of action developed through case studies.

PADM 7606 - Sem Administrative Law (3)
Role and nature of administrative law, including procedural requirements and judicial review of administrative actions and liability of government for torts and breach of contract.

PADM 7607 - Public Mgmt Leadership (3)
Theoretical and applied aspects of public and nonprofit leadership addressed in a holistic approach; focus on the most current literature and public debate; leadership examined from various perspectives reflected across the curriculum: administrative theory, public law, finance, ethics, research methods, and public policy. PREREQUISITE: Completion of at least 24 hours, including PADM 7600 and 7601, or permission of graduate coordinator.

PADM 7608 - Public Mgmt Inf Sys (3)
(POLS 7608-8608). Analysis and application of responsibilities of public organization managers; focus on technological strategies and skills for meeting those responsibilities including budget processes, information systems and dissemination, decision-making, citizen participation, and program development and evaluation.

PADM 7609 - Sem Administratv Ethics (3)
Introduction to ethical theories and principles as they apply to the practice of public administration, basic legal constraints such as conflict of interest laws, and more subtle ethical dilemmas that arise in the exercise of discretion of public administrators.

PADM 7610 - Internship Public Admin (3-6)
Participation in some type of field experience, including a written report critically describing the student's responsibilities. Field experience may result from a supervised internship in cooperating public or nonprofit organizations or from appropriate administrative experience if the student is employed in a public or nonprofit organization. PREREQUISITE: Permission of the Coordinator of Graduate Studies.

PADM 7611 - Practicum (3-6)
Application of knowledge, concepts, analytical tools to contemporary issues challenging modern managers; individuals pursue special projects in local public and nonprofit organizations, conducting research under the guidance of a faculty committee, or work with the Institute of Governmental Studies and Research on current problems in public administration. May be repeated for a total of 6 credits. PREREQUISITE: Permission of the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

PADM 7612 - Program/Policy Evaltn (3)
Models, theories, and techniques of program and policy evaluation in public administration; evaluation research design, data collection and analysis, dissemination of results, and possible applications of evaluations to policy-making and administration; organizational and political contexts of evaluation. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7601.

PADM 7614 - Interagency Collab/Adm (3)
Theoretical and applied aspects of public sector administrative innovation focusing on changing intergovernmental relationships and the growing number and types of partnerships between the public and nonprofit sectors; topics include designing innovative public service programs/structures, potentials for conflict, ethical dilemmas, performance monitoring, and accountability requirements. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7600 or permission of instructor.

PADM 7635 - Issues Pub Human Resour (3)
Special issues of current interest that relate to management, planning, and development of human resources in nonprofit and public agencies. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7600 and 7605, or permission of graduate coordinator.

PADM 7641 - Thry/Prac Nonprofit Adm (3)
Introduction to theoretical foundations, structures, and processes of nonprofit organizations; historical development and impact, social, political, legal, and economic environment in which nonprofit organizations exist; complexities of organizational governance shared by volunteer and professional staff decision-makers.

PADM 7642 - Res Dev Nonprofit Org (3)
Introduction to various resources important to nonprofit organizations including financial support, volunteers, and community awareness, and to wide range of organization activities utilized for acquisition and maintenance of these resources. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7641 or permission of instructor.

PADM 7643 - Semn Nonprofit Adm&Philanth (3)
Introduction to principles and practices of managerial and financial accounting in nonprofit organizations, including examining performance and financial condition; emphasis on making program choices and decisions using financial management concepts to further effective and accountable nonprofit administration. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7641.

PADM 7661 - Contemp Persp PA (3)
In-depth examination of contemporary theories of public administration; emphasis on study of political, administrative, and legal context of public administration to further understanding of trends that affect present-day performance of government and nonprofit agencies.

PADM 7662 - Application/Public Serv (3)
Assessment of current administrative needs in government and nonprofit agencies, social capital theory, project management and organizational learning concepts, quality improvement of public administrative practice; applied, field-based experiences. PREREQUISITES: Completion of 21 hours in PADM program, including PADM 7600 and 7601, and permission of instructor.

PADM 7663 - Issue Public Mgmt Polcy (3)
Special issues of current interest that relate to planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs in public and nonprofit agencies; emphasis on policy analysis techniques. PREREQUISITES: PADM 7600, 7601, 7213, or permission of instructor.

PADM 7702 - Independent Study (1-3)
Independent investigation of research problems or directed readings in selected areas of public administration. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

PADM 7715 - Performance Measurement (3)
This course introduces students to performance measurement and management. It is intended for students to build their knowledge and practical experience in developing performance measures and understanding the context in which they are used.

PADM 7996 - Thesis (1-6)
The student must write and defend satisfactorily a thesis on a subject approved by the major professor and the committee. Grades of S, U, or IP will be given.

PADM 8213 - Sem Publ Pol Analysis (3)
Empirical and normative analysis of public policy at the local, state, national, and international levels, emphasizing the theories, literature, and methodologies current to this field. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7601 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

PADM 8224 - Sem Urban Problems (3)
Problems inherent in the growing urban developments in the United States; the governmental organization of metropolitan areas and the difficulties of coordination of government functions; proposed remedies and the reception of new approaches in selected metropolitan areas.

PADM 8600 - Sem Adm Theory & Ethics (3)
(POLS 7600-8600). Significance of public administration in American government; includes an introduction to formal organization theory and bureaucracy, decision-making theory, leadership and motivational theory, and current trends and problems in the study of public administration. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7661 or permission of instructor.

PADM 8601 - Research Methods (3)
Issues and techniques in data collection for design and implementation of independent research projects; logic of conducting research in public administration, measurement, and sampling; introduction to program evaluation and specific quantitative decision-making techniques.

PADM 8602 - Public Bdgt Adm/Fin (3)
Detailed study of administrative and political problems of fiscal policy, the budgetary process, and fiscal controls.

PADM 8603 - Pblc/Nonprofit Contr (3)
Theoretical and practical examination of projects and contracts as tools of policymaking in the public and nonprofit sectors; management projects and third party vendors; alternative mechanisms for public service delivery and an appreciation for the difficulties involved.

PADM 8605 - Human Resources Admin (3)
Policies, methods, and techniques utilized in public and health organizations; special attention is given to problems reflecting contemporary demands upon human resource systems, capacity to diagnose problems, select the most effective means of addressing them, and plan appropriate courses of action developed through case studies.

PADM 8606 - Sem Administrative Law (3)
Role and nature of administrative law, including procedural requirements and judicial review of administrative actions and liability of government for torts and breach of contract.

PADM 8607 - Public Mgmt Leadership (3)
Theoretical and applied aspects of public and nonprofit leadership addressed in a holistic approach; focus on the most current literature and public debate; leadership examined from various perspectives reflected across the curriculum: administrative theory, public law, finance, ethics, research methods, and public policy. PREREQUISITE: Completion of at least 24 hours, including PADM 7600 and 7601, or permission of graduate coordinator.

PADM 8608 - Public Mgmt Ing Sys (3)
Analysis and application of responsibilities of public organization managers; focus on technological strategies and skills for meeting those responsibilities including budget processes, information systems and dissemination, decision-making, citizen participation, and program development and evaluation.

PADM 8609 - Sem Administratv Ethics (3)
Introduction to ethical theories and principles as they apply to the practice of public administration, basic legal constraints such as conflict of interest laws, and more subtle ethical dilemmas that arise in the exercise of discretion of public administrators.

PADM 8612 - Program/Policy Evaltn (3)
Models, theories, and techniques of program and policy evaluation in public administration; evaluation research design, data collection and analysis, dissemination of results, and possible applications of evaluations to policy-making and administration; organizational and political contexts of evaluation. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7601 or permission of instructor.

PADM 8614 - Interagency Collab/Adm (3)
Theoretical and applied aspects of public sector administrative innovation focusing on changing intergovernmental relationships and the growing number and types of partnerships between the public and nonprofit sectors; topics include designing innovative public service programs/structures, potentials for conflict, ethical dilemmas, performance monitoring, and accountability requirements. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7600 or permission of instructor.

PADM 8634 - Training/Dev Human Res (3)
Organizational, group, and individual development processes and philosophy for public, nonprofit, and health care agencies; special emphasis on application of knowledge and skills.

PADM 8635 - Issues Pub Human Resour (3)
Special issues of current interest that relate to management, planning, and development of human resources in nonprofit and public agencies. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7600 and 7605, or permission of graduate coordinator.

PADM 8641 - Thry/Prac Nonprofit Adm (3)
Introduction to theoretical foundations, structures, and processes of nonprofit organizations; historical development and impact, social, political, legal, and economic environment in which nonprofit organizations exist; complexities of organizational governance shared by volunteer and professional staff decision-makers.

PADM 8642 - Res Dev Nonprofit Org (3)
Introduction to various resources important to nonprofit organizations including financial support, volunteers, and community awareness, and to wide range of organization activities utilized for acquisition and maintenance of these resources. PREREQUISITE: PADM 7641 or permission of instructor.

PADM 8662 - Application/Public Serv (3)
Assessment of current administrative needs in government and nonprofit agencies, social capital theory, project management and organizational learning concepts, quality improvement of public administrative practice; applied, field-based experiences. PREREQUISITES: Completion of 21 hours in PADM program, including PADM 7600 and 7601, and permission of instructor.

PADM 8663 - Issue Public Mgmt Polcy (3)
Special issues of current interest that relate to planning, implementation, and evaluation of programs in public and nonprofit agencies; emphasis on policy analysis techniques. PREREQUISITES: PADM 7600, 7601, 7213, or permission of instructor.

PADM 8702 - Independent Study (1-3)
Independent investigation of research problems or directed readings in selected areas of public administration. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours. PREREQUISITE: Permission of instructor. Grades of A-F, or IP will be given.

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